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responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] ian: good learning experience for brendon de jonge, playing in the final group. bill: kyle stanley is back in the scoring trailer going over his card. and here is the putt that did not fall for him. catches the lip. spins out. you watch his reaction. and again, what's impressive about this young guy is he looks like he belongs here. he has been poised and confident and has just not waivered at all in this stretch battle. ian: brendon de jonge in the right-hand bunker here. same bunker we saw kyle stanley in, but a little bit nicer lie. a little flatter. bill: "the cbs evening news" will follow golf on most of our cbs stations, so stay tuned for that. ian: greens have firmed up today, that's for sure. bill: steve stricker has been on a pretty good stretch. he has not finish
' union calls a time-out. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, thanks for joining us. i'm randall pinkston in for betty nguyen. the story that's not news to beau of you, the hot, hot, hot weather. the blistering heat wave that hit the east coast will stay there through much of the weekend, the heat warnings and advisory cover an area from the central united states to the east coast, from carolinas to maine. triple digit temperatures are in many cities. if it's as hot as forecasters predict, today will be the hottest two-day stretch in this country since 1950. 22 deaths are blamed on the weather. it's not just the heat, it's the humidity and air quality making it so dangerous. more now from dean reynolds. >> reporter: the nation's weather is worse than hot, it's potentially lethal, with 30 states and the district of columbia under heat advisories, watches, or warnings, the death toll is expected to rise. >> heat waves by far on average each year kill more people than all other weather phenomena combined. that means hurricanes, tornadoes, lightning strikes, and floods. 1500 people p
security on the negotiating table. captioning funded by cbs >>> and good morning, everyone. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. we begin in grand rapids, michigan this morning. the city was paralyzed for hours thursday, a murder shooting spree led to a wild chase say the original seven victims -- ended with 34 rodrick dantzler taking his life. >> at the end of the life the suspect chose to put the gun to his head and fired one shot. >> reporter: four people were found dead in one home and three others in this house across town. two of the victims were children. at one point police shut down an interstate. they say dantzler fired during the chase. >> started firing out the window towards our car and kind of ducked down and the police continued chasing him. >> reporter: two people were hit, they were not seriously injured. police cordoned off the neighborhood near a small lake. >> actually saw him down by the lake behind the apartment complex and they were chasing him back that way. >> reporter: the three hostages were not harmed in the standoff. dantzler previo
-stricken texas. captioning funded by cbs >> good morning everybody on this friday. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> talk about divided government. gop leaders had to postpone a vote on their own proposal. conservative members refused to go along. they will try again today to muster enough votes to pass the vote. danielle knottingham is in washington with the latest on this. good morning, danielle. >> good morning, betty. this was a major setback and embarrassment for house republicans. it was the second day they couldn't find enough votes to take action on their own legislation and now it has everyone here on capitol hill wondering what's going to happen next. house republicans will meet this morning to plot their next move in the debt ceiling showdown. >> we're going to keep working this thing until we find a way to pay the nation's bills and live within our means. >> reporter: last night after hours of trying to round up support, gop leaders were forced to call off a vote on speaker john boehner's plan. the proposal would raise the debt ceiling for six months and slash more th
funded by cbs >>> good morning, everyone, on this independence day. good to see you. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. there will be no independence day holiday for jurors or anyone else for that matter at the casey anthony trial for anyone else in floor. there were fireworks yesterday, the judge stopped the trial and had words with casey anthony's trial and others for taking swipes at each other. >> i assume that you are all professionals, so maybe i am misinformed when i think you will follow the law. i'm beginning to see that orders or anything else may not mean a hill of a bean to any of you. >> so the jury will be back in court this morning, and prosecutors will get one last shot at rebutting closing arguments by the defense. karen brown reports. >> reporter: casey anthony's defense spent its final hours in front of the jury trying to convince them there is not enough evidence to convict her of murder. >> the reason you don't have that evidence that they're desperately trying to find is because it's an unprovable case. >> reporter: in their closing arguments, they tried to di
on this morning's historic landing on cbs's consultant bill randall. good morning, bill. >> good moving, randall. >> the shuttle comes to an end after three decades. what in your opinion have been the most significant accomplishments? >> you know, when you look back over the last 30 years the shuttle has been operating it's hard to pin down one thing. it was the only one ever built and of course this is the only manned spacecraft that gave anyone a chance go up and work on a satellite, retrieve it as we all saw with the hubble space telescope, the ability to repair the telescope and turn it into one of the world's premier observatories. i think all the mechanisms they did to make it work will be the hall mark of the shuttle program, plus, randall, the sheer grandeur, the sheer rocket boosters and fire and thunder will be things people will miss. >> not to mention the technical achievement of so many moving parts. another question now, what is nasa's next plan for delivering human beings into space? >> well, you know, part of the controversy is the bush administration had a plan to return to the
. >> this is the captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: and good evening. nearly two months after her trial began the case of casey anthony is et is to be in the hands of the jury tomorrow. closing arguments took place today and anthony, a 25-year-old single mother accused of killing her two-year-old daughter three years ago could face the death penalty if convicted. cbs news "48 hours" mystery correspondent troy roberts has been covering the case and has the latest. >> reporter: for three years casey anthony has fought the notion that she killed her own child caylee. >> mama, papa. >> reporter: in 2008 caylee was a spirited two-year-old girl. then a missing person. and a murder victim. casey was her 22-year-old single mom who raised caylee with her grandparents cindy and george, all living together under one roof. but in june 2008 casey abruptly left home with caylee. the family did not see caylee for a month. >> i found out my granddaughter has been taken --. >> reporter: in july the police got a frantic 911 call from casey's mother cindy. casey's car ha
recap the showdown between the u.s. and japan. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: good evening. it is relentless, dangerous, and gripping the country. a major heat wave this weekend has prompted officials in 17 states to issue heat warnings and advisories. take a look at the temperature map of the nation today. you'll find several large areas of 90s, and a patch that saw highs above 100 degrees. two hot weather-related deaths have been reported, and forecasters say the high heat is expected to spread over the next few days. cynthia bowers begins our coverage. >> advisory remains in effect through this evening for areas along interstate 35. >> reporter: it's been so hot for so long in oklahoma the governor called for a statewide day of prayer in hope of some divine intervention. for 47 straight days, temperatures in oklahoma city have been 90 or more. there's one day below 100 so far this month, and it's expected to be 100 degrees or more through at least friday. this summer's searing heat is setting new standards. this month alone,
cholesterol. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news on the cw. >>> news few would be surprised to hear, maria shriver files for divorce. her not so secret weapon in that divorce. >>> the patron saint of immigrants, why unofficially he has become spiritual support. the rock is real and it got really famous. why the man behind it is now being called a liar. >>> and who does that? no really? who? what the feds are learning about the man who boarded the plane illegal lee. >> maria shriver is divorcing arnold schwarzenegger. don knapp on what she is asking for and also on who she hired to make sure that she gets it. >> after 25 years of manche and a decade long secret, it is final. maria is filing for divorce. she asked for spousal support and joint custody of their four children. they have two older daughters, christina 19 and katherine 21. the glamorous couple image was shattered in may. the former governor apologized and publicly hoped for a reconciliation with his wife. >> we both love each other very much. we are very fortunate to have four extraordinary children and we are taking o
. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everybody and thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> even though she's been acquitted of murdering her daughter, this morning casey anthony is being called one of the most despised mothers in america and today she learns her legal fate for lying to police. karen brown is in orlando, florida, with the latest. good morning, karen. >> reporter: and good morning to you, betty. extra security is planned for this area outside the courthouse here during the sentencing hearing and basically the judge has three choices. he can give her more jail time, he can release her on probation or he can set her free for time already served. casey anthony could walk away a free woman this morning. >> we the jury find the defendant not guilty. >> reporter: just two days after being acquitted in the murder of her daughter, caylee, the 25-year-old will be sentenced on four misdemeanor counts of lying to investigators. each charge carries a maximum sentence of one year in prison but since anthony has already spent nearly three years behind bars, she could be release
. captioning funded by cbs >> good morning, and happy friday to you. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >> we begin with another frightening collision between two commercial airliners. federal safety officials are investigating the incident at boston's logan international airport. the two jets were preparing to take off last night, both jets were on a taxiway when the wing of a delta 767 clipped the tail of a regional jet. jim armstrong of our boston station wbz reports. >> worst experience of my life. i will never fly delta again. >> reporter: this early evening collision shaking up passengers on two different flights, one a huge 767 bound for amsterdam and the smaller commuter plane headed to raleigh-durham, north carolina. >> we were on our way from washington to raleigh, and taxiing to take off and the plane clipped our plane. >> reporter: how did everybody on board handle it? >> fine, calm, uneventful. >> it was a nonevent until we figured out that we'd lost the wing and our flight, to amsterdam. >> reporter: passengers on both planes described hearing a loud bang and then feeling
entrepreneurs who are thinki wambach captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: good evening. we begin tonight with news of a rare sunday night showdown at the white house. with the race heading to the wire, president obama has wound up a meeting with cong with no final agreem dayan the latest on that meeting and what the stakes are, and we begin with the ior white house correspondent bill plante. >> president obama met for a second time. with congressional leaders late sunday trying to craft a grand bargain to cut government spending. over the weekend, they had appeared to be making progress. but last night, house speaker john boehner called it quits, saying simply that he didn't have the votes to pass something that sweeping in the house. "i believe the best approach may be to focus on producing a the sp mel can sham statement. the white house responded by repeating the president's insistence that ed approach must include revenue from ending tax breaks for special interest. and today, treasury secretary tim geithner was positive a deal wi
. captioning funded by cbs >> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >> it is back to the drawing board for speaker of the house john boehner. the debt debate has boehner not only knocking heads with the white house but with members of his own party and now he's been forced to put off a vote on a plan to raise the debt limit. danielle knottingham is in washington with details. danielle, what is this all about? >> reporter: we're starting over again. right now everyone is upset with john boehner. they say the cuts in his package for raising the debt limit are not as advertised so he's getting heat from conservatives on capitol hill. democrats are declaring his legislation won't get through the senate, so house speaker john boehner is starting from square one. lawmakers will have to wait another day to vote on house speaker john boehner's debt ceiling plan. house members were supposed to take up the measure today, but boehner is scrambling to rewrite it after budget officials determined the proposal would not cut $1.2 trillion from the deficit as promised. >> we think
., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [captioning made possible by cbs sports, a division of cbs broadcasting, cbs broadcasting, inc.] bill: thoif both players ian at this point, even. either one have an advantage? ian: this one is 50 yards from a clean lie, if he likes this shot. and i think he does. you should see this inside six to eight feet every time. peter k.: has to be very precise with his landing spot. there's a false front to this green. but as you said, he elected to lay up so that must means he has some confidence in this. wow. that won't get there. david: peter, he went underneath it, didn't he? peter k.: yeah, he went too much underneath it and didn't get the contact he was anticipating. bill: shaughnessy golf and country club. the final round of the r.b.c. canadian open. we've ended regulation and now are on the first hole
trebek should not have tried to chase down a burglar. captioning funded by cbs >> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. in the words of senate gentleman mart leader harry reid, magic things can happen in congress. it's looking like it may take a magician to prevent the u.s. government from defaulting on its loans. republican leaders are fighting to get their members behind their budget bill. the house is scheduled to vote on it today, but senate democrats and the white house have already said it is dead in the water. danielle knottingham is in washington with the latest. good morning, danielle. is there any hope in sight? >> good morning, betty. it's hard to tell at this point. things have been back and forth all week on capitol hill. house speaker john boehner's measure will face an uphill battle today but he's pressing on despite threats from the white house and from democrats. speaker john boehner's debt ceiling plan is just hours away from its first key test. later today the house is expected to vote on the measure. it increases the nation's borrowing limit
their royal tour with a visit to inner city l.a. captioning funded by cbs >> and good morning, everyone. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. congress has raised the debt ceiling 102 times since 1917, including ten times in the last decade alone but this time is proving to be the most difficult and politically divisive. president obama and congressional leaders will talk again today after a rare sunday night meeting. the two sides have yet to agree on the size of a deal or what it will entail. joel brown is in washington with more. joel, good morning. >> terrell, good morning to you. sunday night's session at the white house lasted about 75 minutes and we're told president obama used much of that time remaking his case for a bigger deal on the debt limit. this morning, though, still no agreement, except to keep talking. president obama plans to sit down with congressional leaders today and every day until a debt deal gets done. the sides met in a rare sunday night session but reportedly made very little progress, if any. the president wants lawmakers to acce
the city of phoenix. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> it is a verdict that has been compared to the o.j. simpson trial. prosecutors in orlando sat stunned as the jury declared casey anthony not guilty on all three counts of killing her young daughter caylee. outside the courthouse, anger. the jury did find anthony guilty on four misdemeanor counts of lying. she'll be sentenced for that tomorrow. an alternate juror who was not in on the final deliberations but did sit through the trial agrees with the main verdict. >> they didn't really show motive of why, you know, casey would have done what she did. they brought up the party girl aspect, doesn't make sense because they had mom and dad willing at all times to watch caylee. they didn't show us how caylee died. >> karen brown has more now on yesterday's dramatic verdict. >> we the jury find the defendant not guilty. >> 25-year-old casey anthony cried and hugged her defense team. the jury took fewer than 11 hours to find her not guilty of murder and two other charges related to
that's at 6:00. >> the kids wouldn't buy it if they knew, either. "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. see you at 6:00. >> caption colorado, llc comments@captioncolorado.com >> pel ht, walking time bombs, the government warns that th terrorists might implant explosives inside their bodies to blow up planes. nancy cordes investigates. as whitey bulger pleads not guilty to 19 murders. jim axelrod talks to those who know him best. >> he's a fraud. he's a rat. and king rat at that. >> pelley: amazing pictures of a dust bowl scene in phoenix. ben tracy tells us why we're having such violent weather. and the right stuff at the wrong time. mark strassman with the astronauts watching the shuttle program come to an end. >> i'm not going to lie to you, being an astronaut was like the coolest job ever. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. in the age of suicide bombers, maybe it was only a matter of time. tonight federal authorities are warning airlines that terrorists might have explosives surgically implanted in
to a ceremony seen halfway around the world. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: good evening. the holiday weekend is off to a very bad start in minnesota. from state employees who vacation is looking for a cam ground. a budget stalemate has shutdown most of those state services and that's casting a shadow all the way to washington d.c. where the 9 the deadline for raising the federal debt ceiling is now exactly one month away. johnson has the the latest. >> reporter: many fireworks in minnesota have nothing to do with the 4th of july. angry protesters took to the capitol steps barking at law makers for failing to close a $5 billion budget gap. the resulting government shutdown means 22,000 state workers were furloughed without pay. state parks, cam grounds, even the state sue sue sue was closed awe hold a holiday week even. >> how can you solve the budget crises if you're not employing people. it just doesn't make logical sense. >> reporter: in the past decade four other states have suffered government shutdowns. new jersey, p
on a major artery. can the city survive the two-day operation? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. the pentagon is confirming tonight that some of the nation's most sensitive military secrets have been looted wholesale by spies who managed to break in to government computers. plans for the wars in iraq and afghanistan, secret information about american satellites, plans for a new fighter plane are gone, vacuumed up in computer hacking apparently by hostile governments. the confirmation came today in a speech in washington by deputy secretary of defense william lynn. >> to date, malicious cyber activity has been directed at nearly every sector of our infrastructure and economy. our national security correspondent david martin has been investigating and hi managed to get the first television camera ever into the pentagon's command center that defends against computer attacks. david also spoke to deputy secretary lynn about the information that's been lost. >> reporter: the joint strike fighter is the pentagon's high- priced ti
>>> thank you for watching. "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. >> pelley: tonight, the president tells us social security checks may be in jeopardy. >> i cannot guarantee that those checks go out on august 3rd if we haven't resolved this issue. >> pelley: during a historic moment for the nation, mr. obama says only courage will head off financial default now. assassination in afghanistan. mandy clark reports that president karzai's brother was gunned down. laid off on day one. cynthia bowers in a city so strapped it's firing cops as soon as they get their badge. and the first, first lady of the modern age, bill whitaker remembers betty ford who forever changed how america views the white house. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from washington. >> pelley: good evening. it was a striking thing, today, to hear the president of the united states say that he cannot guarantee the 27 million social security checks that you are due to be mailed august 3rd. august 3rd is the day after the government will default
by cbs >>> and good morning, everyone. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. it's turning into the scandal that just won't quit. the voice mail hacking and police bribery investigation that's rocked england is snowballing. the latest this morning, britain's top police official, the head of scotland yard, has resigned, and the well-connected former chief executive of rupert murdoch's news international has been arrested. elizabeth palmer rorz. >> reporter: rebekah brooks had willingly made an appointment to go to the police station to answer questions when she arrived, she was arrested. anything she tells detectives now will become a formal part of the criminal inquiry into phone hacking and bribery of the "news of the world." brooks' arrest came as a surprise, but this was a shock. >> i have this afternoon informed the palace, secretary and the mayor of my intention to resign as commissioner of the metropolitan police service. >> reporter: the powerful head of london's police force resigned, not because he's personally suspected of wrongdoing but it was on hi
associates was arrested. the debt battle. a new cbs news poll shows democrats and republicans are paying a price for the drownout talks. norah o'donnell and nancy cordes have that. it is bone dry across america's heartland. maya rodriguez tells us this year's heat and drought are making history. and mark strassmann on the next race for space. four private companies are competing to a build successor to the shuttle. we'll give you a glimpse of the future. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. the tabloid phone hacking and police bribery scandal in great britain is growing wider, deeper and more mysterious by the minute. the prime minister cut short an overseas trip to return home. he will address parliament about it. the original whistle-blower was found dead, unexplained causes so far. the top man in scotland yard resigned yesterday and today the yard's number-two man was forced out. elizabeth palmer has our report. >> reporter: ever since that scandal exploded john yates, head of
. officials say there is still hope. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everybody, and thanks for joining us, i'm betty nguyen. it was indeed a glorious fourth. americans coast to coast celebrated the nation's 235th birthday with parades, barbecues, and, of course, fireworks. here in new york, it was the annual extravaganza over the hudson river. in chicago, thousands turned out to watch at navy pier on lake michigan. in houston, music and fireworks at the freedom over texas show. and in los angeles, a stunning display at cbs studio city. >>> in washington this morning, we can expect fireworks of another kind, as senate republicans and democrats return to work on a deal to raise the nation's debt limit. house members return tomorrow. joel brown is in washington with more on this. good morning, joel. so, what are the chances an agreement can be reached soon? >> well, betty, let's put it this way, if democrats and republicans are getting closer to a deal on the debt limit, they're taking baby steps. the senate may be cutting its holiday recess short, but it's unclear just how mu
't be happier as players and owners finally end the lockout. o captioning funded by cbs >> hello, everybody. good morning, thanks for being with us. i'm betty nguyen. with just a week to go to raise the debt ceiling, the partisan bickering is now getting personal. president obama took to prime time monday night and blamed republicans, then house speaker john boehner came out and blamed the president. the net result? still no deal. danielle knottingham is in washington. she joins us this morning. danielle, what's the latest there? >> reporter: well essentially this has become, as we said off the top of the show, the president has called it a three-ring circus. he did not hold back his criticism last night. the president essentially told the republicans that their plan is not good enough and republicans say the president is the one making this a crisis. president obama called for compromise in his prime time address monday night. with just one week to go until the deadline to raise the debt ceiling, he's blaming republicans for the dead lock. >> a significant number of republicans in congress
. this is the "cbs morning news" week. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, july 25, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. the norwegian will be in court in oslo this morning. he reportedly wants to explain why he went on his murderous rampage. he admits that he bombed a government building in oslo on friday. then drove 60 miles to an island and gunned dozens of people at a youth camp. one of the dead is the step brother of the crown princess. in a rambling manifesto he described the attacks as quote, atrocious but necessary. randall pinkston has more. >> reporter: anders behring breivik 1500 page manifesto attempts to justify violence to achieve his political goals. but an expert on right-wing groups noticed a similarity to writings of unabomber ted kaczynski. cut and paste? >> yes. it doesn't make any reference to the unabomber so it looks like it's his own work, but it's not his own writings. >> reporter: thousands turned up for memorial services on sunday. government leaders and families wept for the victims. police continued to search fo
and assaulted one of the our cbs 5 cameramen. protestors causing mayhem after a deadly officer-involved shooting. and now an attempt at damage control. anne makovec on how san francisco police are reaching out to the community. anne. >> reporter: they are going to be holding a community meeting here in the bayview at the operahouse tonight at 6:00. and after all that we saw last night in other neighborhoods, you can see sure that security will be tight. >> it was ridiculous the way they shot that boy and let him bleed like that on the curb. >> reporter: it's been four days since police shot and killed a man in the bayview and emotions are still raw. >> that was just one incidents to bring light to what happens every day. >> reporter: this was the scene after the shooting saturday afternoon caught on several cell phones posted to youtube. 19-year-old kenneth harding had been riding the bus when police got on to check tickets. harding took off. police say he was firing a gun as he ran. they then shot and killed him. >> then they fired in the line of duty where little kids was playing on saturday.
>>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news on the cw. >>> we have run out of time and they are going to have to explain to me how it is that we are going to avoid default. >> with less than two weeks to go, why the house speaker walked out of negotiations and what the reality of default would look like in the bay area. >> it's a logical question, how could a man running from police shoot and kill himself. tonight, officers walk us through it. >> they said they were sure before, but now l.a. police have the real suspects in custody. what they say happened the day brian stowe was severely beaten. >> first a bombing, then a massacre. children shot while trying to swim to safety. how police say one man killed 87 people today. >> good evening, ken is off tonight. >> i'm dana king. a showdown just hours from now. the president summoned congressional leaders including john boehner to the white house. that after the republican simply stopped returning the president's calls. speaker boehner broke off talks late today on the debt ceiling. robert lyles shows us both sides went straight to
funded by cbs >> good morning, everybody and thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> we begin with the brutal and dangerous heat wave that has engulfed much of the nation, the kind of extreme heat that takes your breath away after just a few minutes stepping outside. this morning the high temperatures are moving east. heat advisories, watches and warnings are posted from the central plains all along the eastern seaboard. >>> also this afternoon, for the fourth time in as many days the president and congressional leaders will try to sit down to hash out a budget deal. the talks have stalled and hopes for agreement are fading. the senate republican leader has offered another option, though, while the president issued a dire warning. so let's see how all this shakes out. we take you live to joel brown who is in washington with the latest. >> betty, good morning. short on time and high on frustration, senate republicans unveiled their debt limit plan b, while president obama was on the evening news last night spelling out the scary uncertainties as he sees it of a default. preside
's over. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. yesterday, dominique strauss- kahn was the most hated frenchman in america. the powerful politician and former head of the international monetary fund had been charged in may with sexually assaulting a hotel maid in new york city. that sent shockwaves around the world and strauss-kahn was forced to resign from the i.m.f. today he walked out of court in a different light. prosecutors admitted his alleged victim had told a string of lies. armen keteyian was at the courthouse. >> reporter: in a surprise bail hearing, prosecutors told a packed courtroom that scientific evidence confirmed the sexual encounter between the 62-year- old strauss-kahn, and the 32- year-old housekeeper, but they had uncovered major problems with the credibility of the accuser. >> i understand that the circumstances surrounding this case from the viewpoint of the parties have changed substantially. >> reporter: problems deemed so substantial by judge michael obus that he quickly returned strauss-kahn's m
us inside the one agency that tries to keep a warring congress honest. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: good evening. with less than 72 hours to go observer the federal government potentially runs out of money to pay its bills, there is now word that talks to cut a deal have gone to a new level, this after the senate late last night shot down a republican proposal from the house, and the house today said no to a democratic plan from the senate. congressional correspondent nancy cordes is on capitol hill with the very latest. nancy, good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, russ. and things have taken a strange turn here this evening. republican leaders insist an agreement is close at hand but democrats say that's a ruse. what we do know for certain is that republican leaders have resumed talks in some form with the white house. >> we are now fully engaged, the speaker and i, with the one person in america out of 307 million people who can sign a bill into law, i'm confident and optimistic that we're going to get an ag
can become a bee detective without leaving home. tonight at 6:00 on cbs5. ,,,,,, through her mind, and the horrors she endured in her 18 >>> closed captioning for "eyewitness news" is brought to you by sleeve and company. >>> jaycee dugard is sharing what went through her mind and the horror she endured in the 18 years of captivity. she was 11 years old when phillip and nancy ga ride oh kidnapped her in front of her south lake tahoe home. >> after we were driving for a while i heard the driver say "i can't believe we've got away with it" and he started laughing. i think i blacked out again or something. it was like the most horrible moment of your life. times ten. >> in her interview with abc's diane sawyer the now 31-year- old dugard described how it was like to be kept hid then a back- yard shed near antioch. she later gave birth to two daughters, they weren't found until 2009. phillip garrido was sentenced to 431 years in prison last month. nancy 36 years to life. dugard's mem war, "a stolen life" hits stores tomorrow. >>> u.s. navy divers search for 7 men missing off baja, cal
william and his wife raise money for british charities. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" >> mitchell: good evening. we begin tonight with news about how a once stable section of the american workforces now taking a big hit. as we told you yesterday, the unemployment rate for june rose to 9.2%. that's the highest this year. there is also news that among the ranks of government employees of all levels 39,000 jobs were lost in june. elaine quijano on the status of public workers and what that could mean for everyone. >> reporter: when emergency calls come in, it's hard for matthew bennett to sit still. >> i've got got to sit on the sidelines, like the basketball player who has a bad knee. wants to play but can't play. >> reporter: for nearly five years, he worked as a firefighter in camden, new jersey. in january he was one of 60 to be laid-off. one-third of the department. >> i don't know what i'm going to do. i'm 36, i've got a high school education, i thought i had a career and now i don't. >> reporter: public sector jobs like his were along considered one o
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